Morning DLC: Video Games News And Rumors 11/26/13


"Sony has reset the passwords of a number of North American PlayStation Network accounts as a precautionary measure.The company’s European arm did the same thing last week after detecting irregular activity on the network.In a post on the North American PlayStation forums, a moderator said: “If you are getting an error that your PSN account password is incorrect, you may need to reset it.”"


"Bucking the trend of black boxes, PC developer iBuyPower revealed the first images of their prototype Steam Machine: a white box.Engadget reports that the system is set to launch in 2014 and “the hardware will run all Steam titles in 1080p resolution at 60fps.” No other details were revealed about the hardware, but iBuyPower did show off two variations of their white box."


"Atlus has announced a handful of Persona games, headlined by Persona 5. The PlayStation 3 exclusive will be out in Japan by the end of 2014. No North American plans have been announced yet, and all we know of the game so far comes from a short teaser-trailer.But wait, there’s more! Eurogamer reports that Atlus also announced Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, a 3DS dungeon crawler that features cute renditions of characters from Persona 3 andPersona 4. It’s due on June 5, 2014 in Japan."


"Adam Lanza was obsessed with video games, drove repeatedly to a theater to play Dance Dance Revolution for four to ten hours, and had a strained relationship with both parents, to the point where they communicated with him only by e-mail.During the search of 36 Yogananda Street, a global positioning system (GPS) device was located in the shooter’s room with various routes in the memory from April 25, 2012, through December 13, 2012. Investigation revealed that the GPS was purchased for the shooter. The routes taken indicate a number of trips from 36 Yogananda Street to the area of a local theater where a commercial version of the game “Dance Dance Revolution” is located.Several videos of him playing DDR were found on digital media taken from the home."